David Meredith & Jenny McLaren
3 - 25th September 2021
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Wildlife sculptures in bronze and ceramic by David Meredith with paintings inspired by travels to the North West Highlands and the Hebrides featuring bird life and the 'mapped landscape' by Jenny McLaren.
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- The items will be available to purchase from 10am on Friday 3rd of September in the Castle Gallery, Inverness. Online sales will begin at 11am via our online shop. Please note that items added to your basket are not reserved while you browse other items – the items will only become yours once you reach the checkout and complete the payment process.
- All of the artworks can be viewed below. Full details, including price, for each piece can be found by selecting an image.
- We kindly request that items purchased will remain on display until the exhibition ends on the 25th of September and they will be available to collect/posted shortly after.
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For this exhibition David Meredith will be showing his highly acclaimed wildlife bronze sculptures together with new unique pieces made from stoneware, which have never before been exhibited. Some of his recent sculptures are evolving in a more expressive direction as he aims to suggest movement, such as in his depiction of boxing hares. Whilst other pieces are are decidedly more languid - for instance 'Rocky Mountain Dreaming'.
Jenny’s landscapes and bird studies are often painted on old maps of the area or habitat she is depicting, obscuring or revealing the map between subtle washes of paint. The result is an intriguing image which draws the viewer in to look closer at the details, sometimes only then noticing the map camouflaged within the painting. She paints with acrylic ink and watercolour on original old OS maps and scanned maps.